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  • Gravity: Ideals, Science and Sci-Fi

    On the face of it, Greenglow & the Search for Gravity Control is a science book, so one might expect its readers would be limited to members of the scientific community and those with a special affection for physics; but in fact its lively tone and wider-ranging history lends to its attraction to general-interest audiences, as well. Mankind has long attempted to understand (and, ultimately, harness) the effects of gravity; with limited results. While the scientific understanding portion has expanded, the applications and search for gravity-active devices have not followed suit. Readers shouldn't expect Greenglow to provide surprising breakthroughs: it's more of a saga of how scientists have sought to control gravity and electromagnetism, and considers the successes, failures, and idealistic visions of those involved in the process of new gravity discoveries.

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